This bulletin, written by experts in their field, describes techniques involved in successful production of bare-rooted and cell- (small container-) grown stock of the tree species most widely planted in United Kingdom forestry. The subjects covered include: formation of new nurseries; maintenance of the fertility of existing nurseries; procurement of seed; production of seedlings and transplants; production of cell-grown planting stock; the role of mycorrhizas; vegetative propagation, irrigation; weed control; control of disease, insects and other pests; plant storage and handling; legislation affecting nursery management. Bulletin 111 is a revision of the first edition of Bulletin 43, "Nursery Practice", published in 1972, and brings the contents more into line with contemporary developments in forestry and nursery practice.
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